President Donald Trump is masterfully defining his opposition, and it's not any of the 2020 presidential candidates. Still, if he wants to ensure his re-election, he needs to take up these key initiatives too.
Former CNN host Morgan interviewed President Trump during his U.K. state visit in June.
"We do not have a dehumanizing culture at CBP," acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan said.
"I don't think it's racist to say," Graham said. "What this is about to me is that these four congresswoman, in their own way, have been incredibly provocative."
As a researcher who has watched Carlson's show for the past two years, I'm constantly being told on social media that the racist propaganda on Fox News is nothing out of the ordinary. That sentiment is both self-defeating and untrue.
"You should call them the 'Leadership Squad' since they are the speakers in fact," Rep. Tom Emmer said of the progressive "Squad."
"Like a glacier of support is going to break off and float away from him in a way that he doesn't fully understand," Anthony Scaramucci warned.
Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump chanted "send her back" about Rep. Ilhan Omar, a progressive Democrat who arrived in America as a child refugee.
"We must fight together to defeat the most dangerous president in the history of our country," Sen. Bernie Sanders said.
The president railed into members of the "Squad' and said BS at his rally Wednesday night in Greenville.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Chief of Staff Saikat Chakrabarti has made headlines in recent weeks for tweeting harsh criticisms of Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic lawmakers in Congress.
Say what you will about President Donald Trump's tactics in his battle against the four congresswomen and their collectivist ideology—there can be no question as to his love of our country.
"It's idiotic what they're saying," Peaches McGuire Coates argued on CNN. "So it doesn't matter whether they're white, man, woman, brown, yellow, anything."
New York businesswoman, who moved to U.S. when she was 9, unsuccessfully ran for 31st City Council District in 2009.
"I love the tweet. If you don't love our country, get out, leave," Eric Trump told Fox & Friends.
Just four House Republicans and the chamber's sole independent joined 235 Democrats in voting to denounce President Donald Trump's racist comments against four congresswomen, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
"You're in," the progressive Democratic congresswoman from New York posted to Twitter.
"That's what we hear from authoritarian regimes around the world. It's not what we hear from democracies," Katty Kay warned.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau criticizes U.S. President Donald Trump after his tweets telling four nonwhite progressive Congress members to "go back" to other countries.
"There's no question that the members of Congress that @realDonaldTrump called out have absolutely said anti-American and anti-Semitic things," GOP congressman Ralph Abraham said.
The president fiercely defended his "go back" tweet on Monday, following widespread condemnation by Democrats, in a speech where he also falsely accused congresswoman Ilhan Omar of supporting al Qaeda.
Trump earlier in the day stated it "doesn't concern me" that white nationalists made find common cause in his racist tweets "because many people agree with me."
"Why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done," the president tweeted.
"We all came here because this is not a country of blood and soil, which Trump thinks, it's a country built around a universal idea that out of many, we make one," Thomas Friedman said.
"They simply do not meet the standard definition of racist, a word so recklessly flung around these days that its actual meaning is being lost," Brit Hume argued.
"They hate Israel, they hate our own country, they're calling the guards along our border—the border patrol agents—concentration camp guards," the South Carolina Republican said on Fox and Friends.
"For the president of the United States, this country is for white people, period," MSNBC guest Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. said.
President Donald Trump sparked outrage when he tweeted that the congresswomen should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came."
On Sunday, the hashtags #RacistInChief and #TrumpIsARacist began trending on Twitter after Trump urged four progressive Democrats to "go back" to where they came from.